Ms Saar Baert

Researcher

Saar

Saar Baert holds a Master’s degree in Educational Sciences. After working for several years in psychosocial support in Belgium, she went abroad to work for the NGO Médecins Sans Frontières. For nine years, she focused on the development, implementation and evaluation of health promotion interventions for patients infected with HIV and other chronic diseases. She joined ICRH in 2017 and now works with Prof. dr. Keygnaert on her PhD regarding the evaluation of a pilot study on sexual assault care centres in Belgium. 

Publications of Saar

2021 Piloting sexual assault care centres in Belgium : who do they reach and what care is offered?

Saar Baert, Ines Keygnaert

2019 A theory-driven evaluation of Belgian sexual assault care centers

Saar Baert, Ines Keygnaert

2019 Do no harm : patient-centered forensic examinations upon sexual assault

Saar Baert, Ines Keygnaert

2019 Piloting sexual assault care centers in Belgium : who do they reach and what care is offered?

Saar Baert, Ines Keygnaert

2019 Piloting sexual assault care centers in Belgium : who do they reach and what care is offered?

Saar Baert, Ines Keygnaert

2019 Piloting sexual assault care centers in Belgium : who do they reach and what care is offered?

Saar Baert, Ines Keygnaert

2019 Rapport d’évaluation scientifique du projet-pilote des Centres de Prise en charge des Violences Sexuelles.

Saar Baert, Ines Keygnaert

2019 Reducing barriers to report sexual victimisation to the police by providing care first : results of the Belgian Sexual Assault Care Centers’ pilot

Saar Baert, Ines Keygnaert

2019 Wetenschappelijk evaluatierapport pilootproject Zorgcentra na Seksueel Geweld

Saar Baert, Ines Keygnaert

2018 A theory-driven evaluation of Belgian sexual assault care centres : a study protocol

Saar Baert, Ines Keygnaert

2018 Piloting sexual assault care centers in Belgium : who do they reach and what care is offered?

Saar Baert, Ines Keygnaert

2017 'We are part of a family' : benefits and limitations of community ART groups (CAGs) in Thyolo, Malawi : a qualitative study

Saar Baert

2017 Exploring the value and acceptability of peer support in the process of improving adherence to HIV antiretroviral drugs in Tanzania, Dar-es-Salaam

Saar Baert

2016 'They just come, pick and go.' : the acceptability of integrated medication adherence clubs for HIV and non communicable disease (NCD) patients in Kibera, Kenya

Saar Baert

2016 Sustaining the future of HIV counselling to reach 90-90-90 : a regional country analysis

Saar Baert

2015 Outcomes from the implementation of a counselling model supporting rapid antiretroviral treatment initiation in a primary healthcare clinic in Khayelitsha, South Africa

Saar Baert

2015 The uncertain future of lay counsellors : continuation of HIV services in Lesotho under pressure

Saar Baert

2014 Community-supported models of care for people on HIV treatment in sub-Saharan Africa

Saar Baert

Projects of Saar

Interpersonal violence Sexual health and wellbeing

Online opleiding rond seksueel geweld voor justitie-assistenten binnen Slachtofferonthaal


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Interpersonal violence Sexual health and wellbeing

Online opleiding rond seksueel geweld voor advocatuur/Juridische eerstelijnsbijstand


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Interpersonal violence Sexual health and wellbeing

Online opleiding rond seksueel geweld voor zorgverleners binnen ziekenhuizen


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ENABEL & LUXDEV SEA

The Belgian development cooperation Enabel and the one of Luxemburg LuxDev aim to prevent and respond to sexual exploitation and abuse (SEA) and have appointed focal points to implement these SEA policies in each of their partner countries. In order to guide the agencies in their development and implementation of SEA policies as well as to train their focal points well in acting as professional persons of trust that can adequately welcome and accompany victims of SEA.


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Inclusive Holistic Care for Migrant victims of sexual violence (INHeRE)

Migrants, Applicants of International Protection and Refugees (MAR) are at high risk of sexual victimization (SV) at all stages of their migration trajectory. An integrated holistic approach from detection to follow-up has been recognized as the best care for all victims of SV.


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Interpersonal violence

The Belgian Sexual Assault Care Centres: from piloting to evaluation

Subsequent to ICRH’s feasibility study on the development and validation of a model of holistic care for victims of sexual violence in Belgium, the Federal State Secretary of Equality assigned ICRH to pilot and evaluate Sexual Assault Care Centres (SACC) in Ghent, Brussels and Liège.


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